Throw in the requests for just a swipe along the bottom of the screen and it occurred to me that it would just be nice if from that Processes screen within SBSettings you could either kill an app, or switch to it. Following Saurik on twitter I learned he was on a trip in Europe. November 22nd, at I tried mQuickDo and I had trouble with it recognizing my swipes. November 25th, at 9: I hate rock extensions!
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|iPhone 6, 6S resolutions||750×1334|
|iPhone 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus resolutions||1080×1920|
|Android Mobiles HD resolutions||360×640, 540×960, 720×1280|
|Android Mobiles Full HD resolutions||1080×1920|
|Mobiles HD resolutions||480×800, 768×1280|
|Mobiles QHD, iPhone X resolutions||1440×2560|
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November 21st, at 6: December 12th, at 9: I love the way this app looks and would love to pay for it as long as it doesnt use rock extensions.
How dumb is that? I also looked up Kirikae, a freeware option for app switching. November 20th, at 6: Since I started using Backgrounder, I thought something like this would be useful although in a more limited fashion.
Thanks for the reference.
Multifl0w video released!
December 4th, at December 29th, at 2: November 23rd, at I would have liked to see a swipe on the bottom screen to see which processes were running with the option to move freely back and forth with selecting the icon. I wish Kirikae would use swipes maybe at the bottom so that I can avoid pushing buttons often.
December 2nd, at tgemeable If it does its a no go for me either. Yea i totally agree! Double-tap home is used for lots of other things, most noteably Music Controls.
Particles in Turbulence
Now if there was only a way to get Categories to bounce back to the folder instead of the Springboard when I close a program that was in a category folder….
The idea was inspired by the Palm Pre multitasking interface and a video posted by Ocean Observations that showed a Coverflow-like interface. November 21st, at November 22nd, at So perhaps thats why he could not respond.
Mail will not be published required. Themeanle is somewhat like Kirikae in that they are both interfaces for the Backgrounder app.
Is it just me or does it not seem to like mail? November 23rd, at 9: November 22nd, at 7: November 24th, at 5: Shorter video 26 seconds here: December 21st, at November 23rd, at 8: Still, this is something interesting and I agree with others about having the ability to shut down running programs much like how we close down multiple Safari windows.
I hate rock extensions! November 20th, at 4: It loads and updates a lot faster than Cydia and backups your packages. November 27th, at 1: